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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine Passenger Steamer of This Lino Will Arrive at anf
Lt&Te This Port as Hereunder.
Prom San. Francisco: For San JertoiBco.
AV&TMMA jvlr , I AUSTKAltir. Spt. 4
In connection wltb the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents
re prepared to wane, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from San Franciwi, to all points in the
United States, and from New York by an? flte&mship line to all
For further pattlculars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, Toyo Klsen Kaistia
Btiari of t&tt boT coaptoit will cM at Honolulu k4 Itivt toll port o or boot (t
For Japan and China:
Honekonf Mini St;t
KJOfi; ......... f cpi.
Vitron Mint Stpt. n
For rtntril Inform i'Jon apply to
H, Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Austrafiao Royal Mail Steamship Company.
WSuanmi of tb abovt lint. ruoDluc tn cooRtctlco with tttt CANADIAN ACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tttn Vaecouvr, R. C.. and Sydnty, N. S. W , and calllnr at Victor ft, D. C, Honolulu i4 Brtsbat.
in firn AT JIOMi.LL.L17 on or ibcut tr.t iatti biiowititti vlu
SOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B C
ror emtio tiusyantyi
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Wirrlmoi ipt t?
Mloera ... Oct at
AoranjEl . Nov. 14
Warrlmoo . DC tt
WTbfcurh tlckililituta from Honolulu to Cimda, Unit J Statta and Europt- For Fralcbt an
Otitic and ail ftintra. Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.. Gen'l Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S "AMERICAN" will leave New York direct for Honolulu on or about
Septembe- 15th, due here about November 20th, to be followed byS. S. "HAWAIIAN"
about two months later
Freight received at Company' new wharf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wife Steaiflsliio Co,, Ltd.
S. S. Kinau,
FREEMAN, Master. :
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will tall from Honolulu on '
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kan-1
aakakal, Lnhalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Makena, Kawalhae, Mahukona, Lau-1
janoehoe and IIIlo.
Returning will sail from IIIlo on ,
Frldajs at 10 a. m.. for above named 1
ports, arriving In Honolulu ou Satur-1
Passengers and freight will be taken ,
for Makena, Mahulcona, Kaw-ainac, 111
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken tor Kaunakakat, Labatna,
Maalaea Gay, Klbct and Laupahoehoe
S. S. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at S p. m. touching at Lahaina, Ka
kulul, Nablku, liana, Hamoa and Kl
sthulu, Maui. Returning, touches at
sbove named ports, arriving in Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, ones each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakat,
atamalo, Maunalcl, Kalaupapa, Lahal
at, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
Bake changes in tbo time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
tor any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must bo at the landing
to receive their freight. This com
pany will cot hold Itself responsible
(or freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will cot be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengers
nles placed In the care of the pur
ser. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. These fall
lag to do so will be subject to an ad
lltlonal charge of twenty-flre per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of. nor Injury to. nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the same be declared when ic
celved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made tnereior.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive ireigni wimoui ae
llverlng a shipment receipt tbrrefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped without such receplt It will
be solely at tho risk of the Bhlpper.
C. L. WIGHT. President.
8. D. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Bupt.
112 Hotki. timiET
KAPA, OALAUASHES, LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS. HULA SKIRTS. NIIIIAU
MATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on band.
For San Francisco :
Mlo 4e Jintlro
Coptic Sept ts
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For VIcttt.a and Vancouver (B, C ):
Warrtmoo Auc. ri
Mlowrri .Sfpt, aO
Aorapzl Ovt it
Wirrlmw... . Nov 11
MloHrra Ic 19
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francisco.
IWO TRAINS DAILY
From I'ortlanJ . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:00 A. M 10:0c
A. ., 6:00 P M.
Leave Portland: 9:1s A.M., u:oo H. M.
Through without Change.
Only THHEE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Buber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals ada-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. t Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, tfiifl
(Outward) .1. Sun lmv ll. Sea Ually Dan
A m. A.M H.M. P.M
nonoiuia t.io 9 ij it.03 1.1s mo
P.ifl City.... loj , .1 1114. J 41 ISO
Ew.MIII I JJ 10.0S 11.00 40s 6.10
Walan.o .... 10.30 .... 4 4, ....
Walalu. 11:5s .... 1:40
Katauku .... ii.ta .... 6,11 .,,.
Hawaii) M Suo Dally Dally Dalit
A.M. AM. P.M. P.M
atoki jus ,,,. tot
Walal...... ,. 6:10 .... a sc
W.laaa. mo .... 1 j
!w,M-'.'ll i-' !; ,'8'
PtailCtty o.ij lo iijo ,:;
oaolala t.u S. a oj irt
F. C. Smith, Qen'l Pass. 4 Ticket
O. P. nnaimn. HnporlnlHnilnnt.
Stockholders are hereby notified that thr
Foufth Assessment of 5 per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payab e
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned
411 Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
1 Honolulu. June 1, iqoo. 155c
STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
A special meeting of the stockholder ot
the Hawaiian Sugar Co., will be held Sat
urday, August iBtli, iqoo, at 10 o'clock
a. 111.. at the moms of 'lie Clumber of
Commerce, for the purpose of amending
i;ylm W.L. HOPPER. Secretary
Hack Stand No. 82.
Bay! do you know where I can gt
cood carriage! Buret At U Hawa
iian Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hotel
I and Richards streets. TeL II, Nott
I lu but flrst class carrlaiss m4 u
' ytrlincvd drlTsrs.
Another Important Step
Towards Rescue of
LOSS OF ARMY GIVEN
AS 200, MAJORITY KILLED
Splendid Progress Being Made-Cable
From Sir Robert Hart-Still
Alive and Holding Down
London, Aug. 10. 3:u3 a. m. In the
capture of Yang Tisiin tin- tuns of t l-c
allies, nccurilliiK to u dispatch to Hie
Dally Express from Clicfoo, August
Sth. purporting to glvv an account ot
that engagement, were 2VO, the major
ity of tbisu being killed.
"The utiles marched on Yang Tsiln,"
says the report, "at dawn Muuda.
The position held by 1G00 Chlncso .vas
well entrenched to th coast of the river.
After four hours of hcay lighting the
Chinese weic driven from their defunne
Another dispatch to the same pnpur.
clnted Tien Tsln August tith, leeounts
n rcciinnolssnnce that moinlng liy :lu
Jni.ancse lieyoml Ilslkti, the rcmilt lio
Ing that the enemy was de eloped In
stiont! forct', well fortltlcd. at WYI Ho
Tliu Chinese were superior In lunula"-
nnil niter facing the lliu of seven gun
the .lapancce letlied to llslku with
three killed and tttenty-seicii wouudi'.
but having captured 200 horses.
With the exception of these lncsnaKcn
General Chaffee's report Is the only ac
count published liy the London morn
ing impels telling of the capture of
The edltmlnlM generally Incline to
view the progress tt-unril tcklng lis
splendid thus fur, Inn one wlilcli cannot
lie mnlntnltiid nt the iresent rapid rate
ns the concentration of supplies and
the establishment of bases will cause
The Commissioner of Customs at
Shanghai has receUcd n routine mess
age from Sir Robert Hart. Dltcctur
General of Imperial Customs, showing
the latter Is still conducting the busi
ness of Imperial customs a ratlur
cm Ions chanire of nffnlrs whin taken In
conjunction with the words "Hupplly
stlll nllve." which lie lucluilul In the
dispatch, which was dated Peking. July
Commenting upon Washington'!
latest communication to the Chinese
government. Hip Dally Chronicle de
scribes It ns "Idyllls diplomacy," and
II deelares the Chinese attempts to
get the MlnlsteiH to le.iw Peking, as
described by M. I'liichon. lime con
vinced everybody except the Washing
ton olllclals that n steady application of
force Is the only argument Peking (an
What Capture Mcnin.
Washington, Aug. II. The captuie of
nng Taiui, the llrst objective point ot
the International forces, wui the su-
pieuie news of Impoituiice leeched to
day on the Chinese situation. The first
word of this lupttue, effected last Mon
day, lamu to the signal ollice at the
War Dcpailment fiom Colonel Schrlv
en. tlie general olllcler at Chefoo, us
"Chefoo, Aug. U. Signal, Washing
ton: August 0. Yang Tsun eaptuied
today. Wile up, Need more transpor
tation. All well.
Half an hour after this message n
felegrnm cumu from General Chiiffee,
giving additional details of the capture
nud showing that It had been at the
tost ot about sixty casualties anions
tfic Atiieilcnn troops. Geneial Chaf
fee's dispatch Is as follows:
Yang 'Isun, August i). Yung Tsun
was occupied today. Wounded: Sec
oud l.ioulciiiiut l-'uiiik It. Long, lull In
fantry; casualties about sixty men of
the tb 'lilted States Infantij, 1 lilt
fulled States Infantry anil llattery I'.
nth I'll I led States Artillery. Names
later. Many men were prostrated iiv
heat and fatigue. CHA1-TEK."
Hardly less Important was a dlspatcn
from Geneial Tcrnuchl, second In com
mand of the Japanese staff, sent to the
War Office of Japan and transmitted to
the legation here, saying that tho In
teriiatloual army would total up IJO.UU'J
men ou August 15th to nilMiuce ou 1'e
king. This dispatch stated that on tho
4th, when It wbb foiwiirded, the ud-
a nee had not begun. .This was it
first Incomprehensible, In view ot the
fact that lighting has actually occurred
Hut the later statement that the Intel
national force would total Co.tiiili mc'i
ou the 15th appears to make clear Oei.
cral Teraiieht's meaning and to re
i one lie It with Genual Chaffee's dis
patches. The present movemint cf
some 1G.000 men doubtless is viewed 111
the light of it icconiiulKi.ancc In force,
the main movement of the iirmy of !0,
ikhi to follow ou the 15th. This inals
ilem the meaning of Geneial Chaf
fee's dispatch that Yung Tsun was the
objective point. The War Depart
ment has been m ..I I'd on this point.
It would appear, however, finiii Gen
eral 'l'iraii( IiI'h illspulih that tho llrst
foi in of ti'i.iinn men, lulling opened
communications tn Yung Tsun, bioiiuU
for wind supplies unit established this
advance base. The way would then
bo clear for the advance of the larger
forco on the 13th. The capture of Ya-.g
Tsun Is. therefore, an Important stra
tegic branch of the fast maturing miii
tnrj plans. The place Is about eigh
teen tulles bejond Tien Tsln and n lit
tle less than a quarter of the way tj
Pelting. Colonel Sclirhen's statement.1
"Wire up," contains much meanlntr.
ns It Is explained as showing that thero
Is telegraphic communication with the
nrmy In the held. Aside from the as
surance that this gives speedy trans-'
mission of news from the front It gives
the additional assurance that the 1 1 r
Is Intact baek to tho first base of op;r-
ntlons. The capture of Ynng Tsun on
the day following the battle of Pelt-,'
sang Is regarded as a highly biicchu-'
fill military achievement and especially
In view of the fact that It was look" 1 1
upon ns a stronghold, whoso captuie
might give the foreigners considerable'
United StntcH Dcmnml.
Aside from the military develop
ments of the day the diplomatic aspect
was made tlcaier by the publication ot
the demand mndc by the t'nlted States
upon the Imperial government of Chi
na anil transmitted to Minister Wu Ut
The document is as follows:
"We are availing ourselves of the ap
portunlty offered by the Imperial cdlit
of the 5th of August allowing to the
rorelgn .Ministers frco communications
with their respective governments lit
cipher, and have sent a communlcatlj-i
to Minister Conger, to which we nvvalt
"We nre already advised by him In n
bllef dispatch received August "tn
that Imperial troops nre nrlng daily
upon the Mlnlsteis In Peking. We de
mand the cessation of hostile attacks
by Imperial troops upon the legations
mid urge the exercise eif every power
and energy ot the Impel lal government
for tho protection ot the legations kr.d
all fmelgners therein.
"We nre also advised by the same
dispatch from Minister Conger that In
his opinion foi the foreign Ministers to
leave Peking as proposed In the edict
of August 2d would be certain dentil.
In view of the fact that Imperial troops
are now tiring upon the legations, anl
In view of the doubt expressed by the
Imperial government In Its edict of Au
gust 2d. as to Its power to restore or
der nnil secure absolute safety In IV.
king, It Is evident that this apprehen
sion Is well founded, for If our gov
ernment cannot protect our Mlnlste
In Peking, It will piesumahly Pe unable
to protect him upon a Journey from Pi
king to the coast.
"We therefore urge you and the Im
perial government that It shall adopt
the course suggested In the third claure
of the letter of the President to Ills
Majesty, the Emperor of China, of
July :'", llMio, and enter Into tonimuul
latloii with the ic-llef expedition so
that cooperation may be secured be
tween them for the liberation of the
legations, the piotcctlou of foreigners
nud the restoration of order. Such ac
tion on the part ot the Imperial gov
ernment would be a satisfactory dem
onsti.itlim of Its friendliness and ot a
deslie to attain these ends.
(Slniied.1 "AI.VEY. A. ADEE,
"Acting Secretary. Department o.'
State, Washington, August 1, 1903."
tACIi OP OCEAN GltliYIIOUNDS.
New Yoik, Aug. t. A i.ue across .he
oceuli between four big liners the
leiitsehlaud Wllhelm iter Giosjc,
Ocuinle nud New- York for the cup of
the Atlantic Is under way today. Such
formidable vessels were never brought
Into rlvahy before. The Deutschland
has made u new world's rccoid for
speed. The Wllhelm der Grosse of tl.o
North German Lloyd held the world's
record until the Deutschlaiid stole her
laurels. The White Stnr liner Oceanic
Is thu biggest ship In the world. Tho
New- York of the American line Is a
Each ship carries distinguished pas
xengcrs. The Deutsehlnnd sailed at
lu:15 this morning. Ou boa id was
Charlemagne Tower, United States
to llussla nud John Wana-
maker. The New Ymk sailed .It 1U
o'clock. The Wllhlem der Giom-c sa I
ed at 10: :(. Among her passingm
were Dr. von llolbcn, the German llin
bassadoi. The Oceanic sailed nt :i: 4(1
this afternoon. In tier passenger list
are Lord r'ritncls Hope and l.nily Hop",
formerly May Yoke.
Xuull lirLe of-
K LARGE VARIETY OF 8EDROOM SETS u
Parlor Rockers, Baby Carriages, etc.
Office, 534 & 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 8-K,. NIGHT BELL ON 1)0011.
ItoHldeiice 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Nlht Call. 840.
rent, Biuciors, xrtiunocs-
Witts SUtR & CO ITS.
Brakf.t Cima, I 2 IH. llfl..
Pkr' ChnrUt. ilKWHlnMI, t 3 IK. rk
ll.rm.il SwmI ChnoLU, 1 4 Hi. e.kM.
,0. aif mi lUBmtlQnoCtM. X
Walter Dakar & Oo. ltd.
Dorcheiter, Mau.,C. s. A.
Delinqent - Slock
MAUNALEI SUGAR GO,, LTD,
On TUESDAY, Aug. 14, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, corner of Merchant and
Alakea streets, Honolulu, I will sell at
Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer,
Mr. Emmett May, the lollowlne certlli
tes of stock In the Maunalcl Sugar Cj
Ltd., unless the Fourth and Fifth Assess
ments; due January I, iyoo, an J May i,
tooo, delinquent February 28, iqoo, and
June )o, 1900, with Interest thereon and
advertising e.spcntes, Is paid on or before
the day an J hour of sale.
Cert. Shares C-tt. Shares Celt. Shares
18 70 200 10 354 to
24 to 23, 0 J55 j5
25 10 204 4 )5 200
27 50 20$ 5 )58 250
30 15 2:9 10 J84 15
12 20 210 10 3S5 75
JJ 20 2It) 40 JSS 5
3S 50 214 to jSq 5
JQ 5 227 t5 JiS to
47 53 229 20 JQ7 10
49 10 2J9 5 434 25
50 5 241 5 437 23
51 5 242 5 433 15
52 5 24J 5 415 25
54 10 244 5 424 43
55 10 247 23 42S jo
57 5 252 200 431 to
77 5 257 15 4J2 5
75 too 2G6 to 4JJ 5
70 50 208 25 4J4 too
77 23 2"9 25 443 10
78 23 270 25 44t to
79 10 271 25 442 5
Si 25 272 25 44J to
82 10 276 to 444 to
88 50 277 10 447 to
99 10 292 15 44S 5
101 53 201 23 450 JJ
105 5 29a to 451 5
107 200 297 to 45G 25
t'J 15 JI5 15 457 25
120 10 J10 15 4&3 J5
128 23 J22 15 4f",l 7
IJ2 5 J25 to 4fc 8
IjG 50 32(5 23 4Gj 25
143 10 327 2 404 25
147 15 J2S 25 465 25
152 10 329 25 4 25
15J too J jo 25 4O7 15
157 20 JJI 25
158 tO JJ2 24
159 10 JJJ 25
Ito to 1J4 25
Itjl 10 JJ7 5
Oi 10 J43 2
(i 5 J4I J
tf) 50 J42 I
17G 20 341 t
177 25 347 53
t8l 5 349 I0
189 5 353 5
192 43 J5I 5
191 47 J52 5
198 10 JJH 5
iPif This sale has been postponed till
EMMETT "MAY, Treasurer.
WILL E. FISr.FR,
Burgeon, Panning Through.
Among the through passengers In
the City ot Peking are the following:
Acting Assistant Surgeons ot the Tutt
ed States Army who are bound lor
Hongkong and who will be taken from
,lmt ,,ait' '" ,,lp Philippines In (rain
poita: I-'. K. Shue, J. E. Whoiter, V.
M. Wall. C. II. Stonklc. G. S. Dean.
I". C. Oilth. W. M. Huberts. W. II. Teff',
J. W. Holland. L. It. Heel, II. U. Lovvia.
T. J. Sttong, C. 0. Whltcomb, I). M.
Lamb, L. A. Spaeth, O. !'. Davis, E. l-
Slater. G. M. van Poole, W. E, Chap
man, E. E. Lamklii and It. II. Giulilif.
H. WILLIAMS. Manager.
and Rattan Chairs,
Divans, Couches, etc.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO 31.
NOW Is the time to get leaks aai
breakages seen to, and yotsr
Roof s Put in Orde
By ooinrwtett workuseul
For the Plumbing
Ou that new bonBe that von ara
nbont to bnild or tbo Alterations
you nro intending to maVo on
yonr property. Call and see mi
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT. Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plumber.
of Punchbowl. Phono 844.
Hours 7 a. m. to 5 p. tn.
Jobbing promptly attended, to.
W. H, Di.IH
HonolDln Sbeet Metal Works
Galvanlwd Iron Skylights and V.stllstirs,
Conductor Pips and Guttir Work.
Rlcbardt Slf.at, M.Qu.tn ,ni Mmtunl. H.i.l
SOrJotblaf piomnly atltnlid l..-fS
Tel. White 41. P. O. Hox 270.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rit?fl sont to uny part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Walklkl Iload, Wnlklkl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
RING UP THE
C -L- U-B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
.618 FOUT 8TREFT.
HUhle 'Phono, 477
Hack Itaml 'Phonos, 319 ana 7r
C. H BELLINA.
A QOOD THING
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Oct audBpIlt (ready for the dtove)
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITK AND CLACK HAND
Uiwest Prices, ilellvereil to uny pan
HUSTACE A CO.,
I Onson Hiram
Pacific Transfer Co.
it King St., mil to llalt.y't Ccliy.
Express Wagons, Drays,
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Trunin, f umllur. nj Sat Cartlully HanJItl
THri'HONL- .1 ,.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krerr kmi cf arnfiM't. ami iliniruli lirnr
Iiik tii ! 11 ml hfour new inrcntlont nlr
thMPOhirli'i; beu bunntst am Inciirntle itt
In Hi run eitun mifr. Send art!cuiart about
ynur cno. (tttaiiltilli'ii titid ml flee frr. Kf erf
(.110 rim run) tiimoclf at M imn Itoniu at Terr
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
Sli Idrallii Avenue. ClllC.VdO. ll.t,., U. rt.A,
ri l uii-arS.,-? ai-. . Wi
.U& a 'uftiWto, .lasr.